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Traffic Light Trigger
     Traffic Light Trigger
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Amazing Trigger  Works for all Motorcycles!

Tired of waiting at a Traffic light that just won't change?

The Traffic Light Trigger makes motorcycles "visible" to traffic light sensors. Once the Traffic light's controller knows a motorcycle's there, the rider will get a green light, just like everyone in an automobile.   
How it works: The most common type of signal sensor is the "loop detector," essentially a metal detector buried in the road. They're easily identified by the circular, square, rectangular, or diamond-shaped saw cuts in the road surface approaching the intersection. That's where the Traffic light's detector coils are placed. Unfortunately, most motorcycles don't have enough magnetically permeable metal in their frames to trigger loop detectors reliably. But the heart of the Traffic Light Trigger is a special high flux magnet, so when a Motorcycle  equipped with the Traffic Light Trigger passes over a loop detector, it acts like a small Signal Generator, inducing a voltage spike as its moving magnetic field cuts across the stationary coil in the road. The controller gets a signal, and the biker gets a green light.

 Approximate size: 2"  Mounts to fiberglass fairing or to the lower frame.
 Will not affect the motorcycle electric system,  and installs in 5 minutes!
 Attaches with Mounting hole or with cable ties

Our Traffic Light Trigger is available in two strength
Basic, with an estimated effectiveness of 80% or more of triggering Vehicle sensing stoplights.
Ultra performance version, with a 25% stronger magnet estimated to trigger 95% of stoplights.
$19.95
Ultra performance version, with a 25% stronger magnet
estimated to trigger 95% of stoplights.

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Part number: # TLT Ultra Preformance
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$10.95
Basic, with an estimated effectiveness of 80% or more
of triggering Vehicle sensing stoplights.

To order online, Click on the Buy Now Button!
Part number: # TLT Basic
Fast Delivery!
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The Traffic Light Trigger Guarantee
If you are not satisfied with the Traffic Light Trigger for any reason, simply return it with your  receipt within 10 days for a full refund of your purchase price.

Q: How and where should the Trigger be mounted?
A: The Trigger can be attached anywhere on the bottom of the motorcycle, as close to the ground as possible. It's a strong magnet, we include cable ties to make mounting faster. (Make sure that you mount the Traffic Light Trigger with magnet side, facing down toward street) If mounting to fiberglass fairing, drill 2 small holes, and attach with cable ties.

More:

Most traffic lights use electro magnet sensors buried under the road surface to determine if a vehicle is present. They usually appear as large black outlined rectangles on the road surface. Left turn lanes are the most likely to find these sensors but some secondary roads also have lights that will not change until a car is present. These sensors have to be sensitive enough to detect a car on them but not trigger when a vehicle is in the next lane over.
A Traffic light changer does not alter the normal operation of any traffic device. It merely helps to inform the traffic light's sensors that you are there and waiting. Frankly there are not enough steel parts in a motorcycle to properly trigger the traffic light every time. A traffic light changer simply makes your motorcycle appear much larger to the lights sensors. The best part is that this form of a traffic light changer is completely legal in all 50 states.
The Illinois Vehicle Code 625 ILCS 5/12-601.1 reads, in part:
(e) This Section does not prohibit use by motorcycles of electronic or magnetic safety devices designed to allow traffic control signal systems to recognize or detect motorcycles.
So if you or anyone you know is tired of being stuck at lights for what seems like forever get a traffic light changer today. They will fit on any motorcycle, install in minutes, can be hidden out of site and are fully self contained. It is a perfect inexpensive and LEGAL solution to a common motorcyclist problem.


The Traffic Light Trigger is the ultimate motorcycle accessory. Never get stuck at a red light again. It is legal in all 50 states, installs in minutes and can be hidden out of site. Check it out at http://cyclecolor.com/id47.htm

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